Jesuit Institute London
Inspiration, resources and training for schools

The Jesuit Institute is a partnership of Jesuits and lay people in the UK who work to provide inspiration, resources and training for schools.

The Institute helps governors, school leaders, teachers, support staff, parents and pupils with the aim of “improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good.” (St Ignatius Loyola, Constitutions n.440)

The eleven Jesuit schools of the British Province of the Society of Jesus work together better to understand, promote and live out the vision and spirit of St Ignatius Loyola.

The Jesuit Institute shares resources and good practice from around the world and creates and commissions new resources for schools.

The Jesuit Institute welcomes invitations to work with other schools in addition to schools in the Jesuit and Ignatian tradition.


updated on 18.6.17

Jesuit Pupil Profile
A new resource for schools using the JPP.
Download PDF
[posted 6.6.17]

National School Chaplaincy Conference 2017
This conference replaces the summer term meeting of chaplains of Jesuit schools. It takes place at Liverpool Hope University, 21-23 June 2017.
Further information
[posted 2.6.17]

Job Vacancies in Jesuit Schools
are now being advertised on this site here. [posted 2.6.17]

English Language Summer Schools
are detailed here. [posted 2.6.17]

RE Resources - June
Charles Beach's monthly RE resource newsletter is now available:
June 2017 Newsletter
[posted 25.5.17]

Jesuit Schools - A Quick Introduction
A new resource for schools, this leaflet briefly describes Jesuit education and Jesuit schools in the UK. It is intended to be a free give-away for parents and visitors.
Jesuit Schools (pdf)
[posted 10.9.16]

St Ignatius of Loyola - The Man and his Spirit
A new resource from the Jesuit Institute. The story of St Ignatius and an introduction to his spirituality.
St Ignatius of Loyola (pdf)
[posted 10.9.16]

An Introduction to the Mass
A new short briefing paper has been prepared: an introduction to the Mass for those unfamiliar with the Catholic liturgy. This may be a helpful resource to give to new staff who are not Catholics and attending Mass for the first time. It may also be useful for Catholics who want to learn a bit more.
An Introduction to the Mass (pdf)
[posted 1.9.16]

Using Scripture in school
A new page has been added to this site with guidance on which versions of scripture to use for liturgy and catechesis. There are also links to online versions.
Scripture versions [posted 20.7.16]

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